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Rajasthan CM irked with irregularities, orders ministers for take action

Chief minister Vasundhara Raje is angry with the way development works are being carried out in Bharatpur. The CM expressed her anger to administrative officials while addressing officials at the district collectorate on Saturday in Karauli

jaipur Updated: May 13, 2017 20:52 IST
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Chief Minister Varundhara Raje  reviewing  development works at a meeting at the Bharatpur district collectorate conference hall on Saturday.
Chief Minister Varundhara Raje reviewing development works at a meeting at the Bharatpur district collectorate conference hall on Saturday.(HT Photo. )

Chief minister Vasundhara Raje is angry with the way development works are being carried out in Bharatpur. The CM expressed her anger to administrative officials while addressing officials at the district collectorate on Saturday in Karauli.

A review meeting was held to give feedback on development works and government schemes running in the district.

Raje was on a three-day visit to Karauli from Thursday to Saturday to inspect different department offices under the Aapka Zila Aapki Sarkari programme. She found irregularities in most offices.

She also conducted a surprise visit to the water resources department in Hindaun City and found that people were involved in water tapping. Officials were asked to take action against them on Friday.

The principal of state government senior secondary school in Gudla of Hindaun City Pritibha Bharadwaj was suspended after Raje found irregularities t at the school.

After finding irregularities in schools and anganwadi centres, Raje asked education minister Vasudev Devnani and women and child development minister Anita Bhadel to come to Karauli and take action.

Police officials were asked to maintain law and order and ensure the security of the common man. Raje also took feedback from the police and administrative officials about crime in the area. She said that strict action will be taken against negligent officials.

Education minister Vasudev Devnani, who reached Karauli late on Friday night, inspected many state government schools. He will hand over a report to the chief minister within three days.

“I have issued awaiting posting order (APO) to three teachers — Khusbu Jain, Saroj Sharm and Shakuntala Meena — of the senior secondary school in Kota Maholi and showcause notices to six teachers of a middle school in Khohari where the CM has found irregularities,” Devnani said.

Secretary of all departments participated in the CM’s meeting.